I answered a user's simple question with a simple answer.
He wanted to learn how to make Ubuntu look more like Windows 7.
So I gave him this link: How to Make Ubuntu Look Like Windows 7
A moderator deleted for copyright issues.
Now the user does not have an answer to his question.
I thought the point of StackExchange was to give users solutions to their problems.
Because of the complex social dynamics of this website, I have been unable to help another human being.
Why should my answer be deleted?
My link fully answered the user's question.
I am not interested in spending my time rewording a useful link on the internet, like some high school kid copying his buddy's essay to trick the teacher.
The answer provided was sufficient for the user to fix his problem and continue on with his day.
I am not trying to "rob, rape, and pillage my way through supermarkets".
I am trying to help a fellow Ubuntu user with his problem.
Update: The question was answered, it was marked as a duplicate. Thanks, @fossfreedom. At least a solution was provided to the user's question.